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Old 10-22-2013, 09:24 AM   #211
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Old 10-22-2013, 09:31 AM   #212
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Lmao!! Did yal see Jared Allen. Holy crap that's good stuff. Cant help but like that guy
That sack was amazing.

The look on Eli's face was hilarious, as usual.





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Freeman is 16 for 46. Wow.
He is throwing the ball every where except where the receiver is.
To be fair to Freeman, that was simply not even right putting him out there. He just looked clueless and out of sync with his wr's. I blame that on the coach more than Freeman. They should have put Ponder in as Gruden pointed out.
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Scary. Scarier is mom who claims he is a victim.
From the video it seemed he was but not sure wht happened prior to the girls attacking him as he was trying to leave.
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Y the hell is 2CHAINZ on ESPN FIRST TAKE? Lmao
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Re: Around the NFL Week 7

List of people with acl's this yr
Thanks to reddit user InheritTheWind for compiling this list:

Torn ACL count to date: 38

LB Victor Butler (NO)
OL Dan Koppen (DEN)
DE Melvin Ingram (SD)
DE Greg Scruggs (SEA)
CB Aaron Berry (NYJ)
LB Jonas Mouton (SD)
WR Jeremy Maclin (PHI)
WR Armon Binns (MIA)
LB Darius Fleming (SF)
LB Jason Phillips (PHI)
FB Mike Zordich (CAR)
OL Bryan Bulaga (GB)
CB Chris Culliver (SF)
WR Arrelious Benn (PHI)
WR Danario Alexander (SD)
WR Joseph Morgan (NO)
WR Vidal Hazleton (NYJ)
DE Phillip Hunt (PHI)
WR Keolah Pilares (CAR)
WR Kevin Elliott (BUF)
TE Dustin Keller (MIA)
CB Richard Crawford (WAS)
DE Will Smith (NO)
FS Stevie Brown (NYG)
OL Maurkice Pouncey (PIT)
RB LaRod Stephens-Howling (PIT)
OL Garry Williams (CAR)
DT Henry Melton (CHI)
RB Vick Ballard (IND)
DT Nate Collins (CHI)
OL Amini Silatolu (CAR)
QB Brian Hoyer (CLE)
LB Bryan Kehl (WAS)
WR Charles Johnson (CLE)
RB Mike Goodson (NYJ)
LB Desmond Bishop (MIN)
QB Sam Bradford (STL)
WR Reggie Wayne (IND)

As a reminder, the anterior cruciate ligament is one of four main ligaments in the knee. There are other important ligaments, such as the LCL injuries to which are not listed here but have also ended the seasons of players like Brian Cushing.
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Old 10-22-2013, 12:57 PM   #217
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List of people with acl's this yr
Thanks to reddit user InheritTheWind for compiling this list:

Torn ACL count to date: 38

LB Victor Butler (NO)
OL Dan Koppen (DEN)
DE Melvin Ingram (SD)
DE Greg Scruggs (SEA)
CB Aaron Berry (NYJ)
LB Jonas Mouton (SD)
WR Jeremy Maclin (PHI)
WR Armon Binns (MIA)
LB Darius Fleming (SF)
LB Jason Phillips (PHI)
FB Mike Zordich (CAR)
OL Bryan Bulaga (GB)
CB Chris Culliver (SF)
WR Arrelious Benn (PHI)
WR Danario Alexander (SD)
WR Joseph Morgan (NO)
WR Vidal Hazleton (NYJ)
DE Phillip Hunt (PHI)
WR Keolah Pilares (CAR)
WR Kevin Elliott (BUF)
TE Dustin Keller (MIA)
CB Richard Crawford (WAS)
DE Will Smith (NO)
FS Stevie Brown (NYG)
OL Maurkice Pouncey (PIT)
RB LaRod Stephens-Howling (PIT)
OL Garry Williams (CAR)
DT Henry Melton (CHI)
RB Vick Ballard (IND)
DT Nate Collins (CHI)
OL Amini Silatolu (CAR)
QB Brian Hoyer (CLE)
LB Bryan Kehl (WAS)
WR Charles Johnson (CLE)
RB Mike Goodson (NYJ)
LB Desmond Bishop (MIN)
QB Sam Bradford (STL)
WR Reggie Wayne (IND)

As a reminder, the anterior cruciate ligament is one of four main ligaments in the knee. There are other important ligaments, such as the LCL injuries to which are not listed here but have also ended the seasons of players like Brian Cushing.

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^great post on the ACLs. I don't remember people tearing their ACLs so much in the 1970s-80s and early 90's. Wonder why it's like that now.
Athletes are muscularly bigger, stronger and faster while the ligaments are the same size. Basically the torque and other biomechanic activities of athletes are too much for the smaller components of our body that we can't strengthen.
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Athletes are muscularly bigger, stronger and faster while the ligaments are the same size. Basically the torque and other biomechanic activities of athletes are too much for the smaller components of our body that we can't strengthen.
Ligaments do strenghten as a person works out.
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I'd be interested to see a comparison of ACL injuries today vs 20-30 years ago. Does it really happen more often or is it a case of people having short memories.

Remember back in the day astroturf caused a lot of knee injuries. Anyone else remember when a receiver for the Bears blew out both his knees on one play in Philly?

Terry Allen had multiple ACL tears, Gayle Sayers career was cut short because of knee injuries, etc.
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Old 10-22-2013, 01:40 PM   #221
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I think it would also be interesting to see how the new targeting rules are affecting knee injuries. And how limited practices are affecting how often players are getting hurt.
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Re: Around the NFL Week 7

Martellus Bennett calls Brandon Meriweather a “scumbag” | ProFootballTalk

lol sounds like a sore loser to me
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Old 10-22-2013, 03:32 PM   #223
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I think it would also be interesting to see how the new targeting rules are affecting knee injuries. And how limited practices are affecting how often players are getting hurt.
Good point.

As for Meriweather, I have a feeling his suspension will be reduced to 1 game. Just a guess
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Ligaments do strenghten as a person works out.
Yeah no. The muscles around the joints can strengthen to some degree and provide static stability. But the strengthening also puts more stress on the ligaments in flex (dynamic) positions. Connective tissue does not develop. It exists and degrades with age.
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Does anyone know if there is any validity to davis being on the trading block? Everyone is just rehashing a Florio "report" and his reporting is often suspect.
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